Middle school in Villanova College
- Age – 8+;
- Duration – 5 years;
- The language of instruction is English.
The college is aware of the unique qualities and needs of younger adolescents, both in the intellectual and social spheres, and adapts the curriculum taking into account this knowledge. Children here are taught to learn, helping to improve learning skills and qualities, the habit of working, in order to lay the seeds of success that are destined to rise in high school.
High school students conduct classes on the top floor, use their own canteen, access to the covered courtyard and playground during recess.
Along with the academic component, the school attaches great importance to extracurricular activities in the field of music, technology and physical education. After school, teenagers can do homework, use workshops, a gym, a stadium and other facilities under the supervision of teachers and educators who are ready to help with advice and make every effort to develop and support the talents of children at this critical age.
Younger students in grades 4-6 study under the guidance of a class teacher who teaches a basic set of disciplines that include English, mathematics, natural science, the Law of God and social sciences. Children study French, music and physical education under the guidance of a subject teacher. Close links are established between students and classroom mentors, allowing teachers to set tasks for children and track progress, adjusting the course depending on the individual needs and talents of the student.
In grades 7-8, schoolchildren are preparing for the transition to high school: they have a shift schedule, and a team of professional subject students comes to replace a single teacher-mentor. At the same time, all secondary school teachers work closely together to provide their pets with support and an individual approach, encouraging curiosity, developing abstract thinking and the ability to solve the problems they face.